Honda Civic wagon concept to debut

Last updated 07:10 14/02/2013
The Honda Civic concept wagon.

BOLD LINES: The Honda Civic concept wagon.

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Honda is letting a picture tell the story over a Civic Wagon concept to debut at next month's Geneva Motor Show.

The Civic Wagon concept will line up alongside the carmaker's next generation NSX Concept at the show.

This concept is seen as a European design and according to Honda, in a two-paragraph press release, "strongly hints at the design direction of the production version" and will be built at the company's factory in Swindon, England.

With Honda importing other Swindon-built Euro Civics to New Zealand in the past year, there must be a good chance this boldly-styled wagon will eventually reach our shores.

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